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Warren police: No assault; grandma just tripped over a toy

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Monday, Sept. 30

Someone complained that a Company Street resident may have abandoned a cat. However the person in question returned soon after to retrieve the cat.

Someone fond an iPhone on Truman Avenue; it was returned to the owner.

Jaime E. Vieira, 26, of 385 Metacom Ave., Apt. 1W, was arrested on a bench warrant issued by Sixth Division District Court in Providence.

A Union Street resident reported multiple speeding cars.

A Union Street resident reported a man looking through a window at her daughter. She gave a description of the man, but police could not locate him.

Tuesday, Oct. 1

A Harris Avenue resident turned on the back porch light at 1:20 a.m. and was startled to find a man on the deck. The man ran, and a police search turned up nothing.

A barking dog complaint came in from Parker and Market streets at 1:!5 p.m.

Four abandoned kittens were found on Barker Avenue. The animal control officer said they were feral and she was unable to capture them, so food was left out. The ACO said she would return the next day.

A domestic disturbance call came in from Franklin Street.

Police got a call from Kelly Street about a woman being beaten by her girlfriend. Police checked it out; it was a verbal assault, nothing physical.

People were reported yelling on Union Street at 11:30 p.m.

Wednesday, Oct. 2

Police arrested Nicolas A. Teixeiria, 22, of Cranston, after they were called to Main Street for a building alarm at 1:43 a.m. and found a man and a woman outside. The woman was released; Mr. Teixeiria was charged with possession of narcotics (exact type not noted in log), and on an outstanding bench warrant issued by Sixth Division District Court in Providence.

A Davis Street woman asked to speak to an officer about “activity” in the neighborhood.

A barking dog call came in from Coomer Avenue at 6:17 a.m.

A Verizon employee reported being threatened by a man with a knife while working on Third Street. Police spoke to both men involved; the Verizon worker agreed to come back and finish the work only after notifying the man when he would be there.

A past breaking and entering was reported on Asselin Street.

Police found an abandoned bike on Washington Street.

Amy Conti, 38, of 27A Asselin St., Apt. 1, was picked up on a bench warrant issued by Sixth Division District Court in Providence.

A Main Street man reported that a loose pit bull bit his dog.

Thursday, Oct. 3

A young girl from Cranberry Lane complained to a 911 operator that her mother was kicking her out. Police responded; it was a misunderstanding, and the girl stayed.

A man asked for a police escort while he removed his possessions from a Child Street residence.

A Metacom Avenue business reported embezzlement.

Police got a call from Sanders Street about “parties arguing.” Doesn’t sound like much of a party.

A disruptive juvenile was reported on Main Street.

Police got a call about a man riding a bike on Liberty and Water streets who appeared drunk.

Friday, Oct. 4

Someone complained about a group of four people, all wearing black, walking on Kickemuit Road just after 5 a.m.

Police dispersed a drunken individual from a Main Street business at 9:20 a.m.

The owner of a Barker Street business complained that someone stole Halloween decorations.

Police got a call from Main Street about two people who “appear to want to fight each other.” No word if they ever did.

Saturday, Oct. 5

Two people were reported arguing on Main Street just before 2 a.m.

Police spotted a man sleeping in his car on Brady Street at 4:13 a.m.

Telephone harassment was reported on Denver Avenue at 11:25 a.m.

Police got a call about a large group of kids who might be drinking alcohol on Water Street. Police checked it out but found no booze.

A loud music call came in from Child Street just before midnight.

Sunday, Oct. 6

Police found a bike on Franklin Street, near the East Bay Bike Path.

Here’s why you should keep your rooms clean, kids: Police were called to Water Street at 5:17 p.m. by a woman concerned that her 12-year-old daughter had assaulted her 54-year-old grandmother. Police found there was no problem, and no assault; the grandmother only tripped over a toy left out in the girl’s room.

An erratic driver was called in on Main Street.

A boy, 16, was charged with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest after he was spotted on Water Street and questioned.

Someone reported theft from a car parked on Main Street.

Monday, Oct. 7

Someone complained about people hanging out in a Metacom Avenue parking lot, and playing music too loudly.

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